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For Gullveig & The Breaking of The Hexes

Moon Willow- Your book should be made into a movie!! I just love Gullveig & The Breaking of the Hexes! What a great movie it would make! Gullveig really deserves to be sold worldwide. Blessings!!

Sheila Labbe
From Gardena, CA

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This book is absolutely brilliant Moonwillow really knows her stuff, the book is great for all age groups and from start to finish has the reader enthralled. Well worth buying as this is the type of book you can read again and again and still find bits that come to life the more you read it. Cant wait for the next book!!! The more you read this book, the more you come to appreciate the fact that Moonwillow truly knows what she is writing about when it comes to the magickal side of it!

Sheila Fitt
From Great Offley, Bedfordshire, UK

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I read the book really quickly cos I enjoyed it and cant wait til the next installment is ready.... impatient I am!

Denise Hill
from Luton, Bedfordshire, UK

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I just started reading it and must say that even though I just started reading it.. I'm enchanted and excited to see what the next chapter will bring. I feel like I'm totally at the point where reading it is like seeing the movie in your head... its wonderful..

Arrastarina
www.arrastarinaswitchesrule.ning.com

 

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I strongly urge anyone who would love to read this type of book. This book is a really excellent novel. IT IS WONDERFUL.. I'm already almost half way... I'm up to The Dimension of the Dwarves... I don't normally read that much that fast.. but I'm totally into the book... I love it. The book is not all that expensive and it is a really fun book to read. I am enjoying it very much and highly recommend it. Moonwillow is a wonderful writer and brings her book to life within its pages. I am in process of reading it now and I have to say as someone who is not as avid a reader as I should be.. I love the book.. can't hardly put it down.

I hope you will show your support to Moonwillow and get your copy today. She is a wonderful writer... I for one LOVE IT. As long as Moonwillow writes I want to get a copy of each book. I am now Moonwillow's no:1 fan!

ArraStar
From Muncie, Indiana, United States

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Gullveig & the Breaking of the Hexes is both an interesting and well paced book. It is incredibly easy to get into and it didn't take long before I was lost in the pages. The characters and setting are both believable and it is easy to place yourself in the story. Unlike some books, the plot isn't lost throughout the story and it doesn't start to confuse you as it progresses and can be enjoyed by all age groups.

Leanne Woodfield
From Dunstable, Bedfordshire. UK

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Gullveig & the Breaking of the Hexes is not the type of book I would normally read. However, when I actually bought the book and read it, I thought it was absolutely fantastic. Brilliant. I loved it. In fact, I've read it twice now and don't doubt I shall read it again. I feel that it has a Jayne Eyre period feel to it. Can't wait for Moonwillow to release her next one.

David Holmes
From Kings Lynn, Norfolk. UK

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I don't normally read any books, I'm more of a TV person, but I liked the concept, as it is mainly a book to do with witches, which I love. It also has a lot of family life qualities in it. When I read this book I found it extremely easy to read and very enjoyable. I found it extremely easy to visualise what Gullveig would look like. I particularly loved the elf Touralain, he's so gobby. I also loved Hedley-Kow, the shape-shifting elf.

Rachel Halling
From Southend-On-Sea, Essex. UK

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Gullveig & the Breaking of the Hexes... Not another fantasy fiction novel like the others I thought... Well, I thought wrong. This is a well-written novel with a lot of thought going into the plot and the dynamics of the characters and how they all interact as the book progresses. It was great to see the usage of magical creatures not normally portrayed in these type of novels such as the Nagas, Bugul Noz and the Meerows. The author is obviously Wiccan or has researched her subject matter well. A novel that could be enjoyed by all ages.

John Palletti
From Kettering. Northants. UK

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Although this is primarily a fantasy fiction novel it is also the story of a woman empowering herself by dealing with a horrendous childhood of abuse. It tells of her very human struggles to overcome her past and the resilience that it takes to do this. For myself, the magic in the book is incidental. I enjoyed the coming together of not only a Pagan Community but a Shamanic one as well, working in harmony together against a greater evil. I believe this book would be enjoyed by many and not just those with an interest in the fantasy fiction genre.

Donna Hartwell
From Islington, London. UK

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There's just something about magic isn't there?? I love it! I saw this book and read the back cover and thought Ooh! Yay! A magic book! I like to read anyway so it was really nice to read a story that has lots of fairies and glittery things and just lots of things which are really cool and exciting. The story is really good as well, but some of it made me sad and made me cry, but some bits made me happy too. I really like it, I want another one!

Kayley Naughton
From Hitchin, Beds. UK

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An enthralling read. Although not much of a book reader normally, I found myself captivated and consumed by this novel. The concept of the novel took me to new places and made me ask questions of my imagination that prior to reading this novel I would not have even considered. Being male...the idea of engaging in an intimate act whilst in the form of another animal I found intriguing, interesting, yet at the same time completely and utterly bizarre. In short, I loved this concept. I hear whispers that the author is writing a follow-up to this novel, all I can say is I hope there are more wolves in the next one!!

John Bruce
From Stanford, Beds. UK

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I think this book is well wicked. I saw it on Amazon and the book cover just looked well crazy, so I thought it might be a proper good book and I was right. I love magic and the book is full of magic. I like the dude Brok 'cos he sounds just like me and that's wicked.

Dave Thompson
From Dunstable, Bedfordshire. UK

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I first heard of this novel from a friend who wouldn't stop telling me how great it is, so eventually I gave in and bought a copy, and now I'm really glad that I did. The story is really gripping, in some ways I can refer to the main character Azura as she appears to have quite a similar background to myself, its almost quite spooky, in some ways her childhood sounds really similar to my own. That didn't take anything away from the way that I read and enjoyed it, definitely worth a read.

Gina Lee
From Luton, Bedfordshire. UK

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A well thought out novel. The author obviously knows a great deal about her subject matter and I particularly loved the fact that she has obviously gone to a lot of trouble to translate her spells into Latin. This gives the book a feeling of authenticity and a belief that these spells in some course of history could have actually worked. Gullveig & the Breaking of the Hexes has a timeless feel to it that has obviously been left up to the individual's imagination as to when these events actually took place. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to Moonwillow releasing her next one.

Lyn Redbourne
From Toddington, Beds. UK

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I really enjoyed this novel. The storyline of it made me feel something really strange, it was almost like déjà vu, like I had been there before. The characters just seemed so familiar to me, maybe I felt I could see things in certain characters that I see in myself and others, I'm not sure. Either way, that and the whole man-wolf concept made it a really good read, its one of those books you can read time and time again and enjoy it just as much each time.

Debbie Harwood
From Dunstable, Beds. UK

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Gullveig & The Breaking of the Hexes, well, the name of the book is certainly unique, which is quite fitting really because I'm not sure I've read anything quite like it, and I've been an avid book reader for many years. Although I see myself as being quite the traditionalist, I did find it completely fascinating how the concept of living in a world inside of our own would work out. I don't think I could do it myself, but that's the great thing about fiction isn't it? It makes anything possible, and it truly is in this book, quite extraordinary. An absolutely splendid read!

Edward Lawson
From Bedford. UK

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My sister from Dunstable sent me this book as a birthday present. Although I don't know too much about magic and such, it's obvious to me that the book is really well written, both from imagination and knowledge. The story of the book itself is touching, I found that within just a few short pages I was completely absorbed in the story and couldn't put it down, I simply lost track of time whilst reading this book, it made me feel like time was standing still. I love the way it appears to have been written as if the author is actually from that world, it's so vivid and descriptive. I love this book, best birthday present I've had in years.

Karren Wilson
From Harrogate, Yorkshire. UK

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Gullveig & the Breaking of the Hexes charts the stereotypical battle between good and evil in a way that stereotypes could never comprehend. It typifies the battles that society faces against not only threats from outside but also threats from within. The plot runs deep into mind and delves into the soul in a way which can only serve to provoke a reaction from the reader. The theme of magic brings its own element of fantasy to the story, yet the down-to-earth nature of many of the characters brings its own element of reality to the story. In my honest opinion, the way in which the book is written makes it a brilliant read, both for those who read frequently and those who don't.

Joe Hill
From Clifton, Beds. UK

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